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251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
199 terms
ACT/SAT Prep
Exonerate
Chicanery
Desultory
Circumspect
to clear of blame
deception by means of craft or guile
jumping from one thing to another; disconnected
cautious, aware of potential consequences
Exonerate
to clear of blame
Chicanery
deception by means of craft or guile
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
60 terms
SAT/ACT Prep (Handouts)
allusion
appease
banal
circumspect
an implied or indirect reference
to calm; pacify or buy off by concessions
lacking originality or freshness; trite or commonplace
careful to consider all circumstances; wary; cautious
allusion
an implied or indirect reference
appease
to calm; pacify or buy off by concessions
23 terms
Vocabulary English SAT/ACT Prep.
Impending
Speculative
Zeal
Skewed
Imminent, close (at hand), near nearing, approaching, coming,…
Engaged in, expressing, or based on conjecture rather than kn…
Great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an object…
Neither parallel nor at right angels to a specified or implie…
Impending
Imminent, close (at hand), near nearing, approaching, coming,…
Speculative
Engaged in, expressing, or based on conjecture rather than kn…
SAT/ACT Vocab Prep
pomp
gruff
illuminate
deferment
n., showy display; synonyms: pageantry, grandeur
adj., rough or stern in manner or speech; synonyms: surly, br…
v., to make clear; synonyms: elucidate, edify
n., the act of delaying; synonyms: postponement, reprieve
pomp
n., showy display; synonyms: pageantry, grandeur
gruff
adj., rough or stern in manner or speech; synonyms: surly, br…
25 terms
SAT/ ACT Prep
Vertical Angles
Parallel lines
Pythagorean Theorem
Pythagorean Triples
Vertical Angles
Parallel lines
13 terms
ACT/SAT prep vocab
affinity ( n.)
fledgling (n.)
hackneyed ( adj.)
incessant ( adj.)
a strong connection or relationship between people or things
young, immature, inexperienced person
overfamiliar through overuse
continuing or being repeated without stopping or in a way tha…
affinity ( n.)
a strong connection or relationship between people or things
fledgling (n.)
young, immature, inexperienced person
178 terms
ACT/SAT Prep Vocab
ragamuffin
connotation
balalaika
parody
a child in ragged clothes (think Victorian London) (Connotati…
an idea or feeling that a word invokes (in addition to its li…
Russian 3-stringed instrument
an imitation of the style of a (popular) writer, artist, or g…
ragamuffin
a child in ragged clothes (think Victorian London) (Connotati…
connotation
an idea or feeling that a word invokes (in addition to its li…
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
10 terms
ACT/SAT prep
Abdicate
Aberration
Abject
Abolish
(verb) to cast off or relinquish
(noun) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
(adj.) sunk to a low condition or in miserable circumstances
(verb) do away with
Abdicate
(verb) to cast off or relinquish
Aberration
(noun) a state or condition markedly different from the norm
57 terms
SAT & ACT Prep
integer
sum
product
difference
All whole numbers (both positive and negative) and zero.
result of addition
result of multiplication
result of subtraction
integer
All whole numbers (both positive and negative) and zero.
sum
result of addition
44 terms
ACT/SAT prep
reading method
reading question
reading question words
What does humour mean in the ACT/SAT
1. choose passage 4, then 3 or 2, then 1
1. read question 2. strike through any ambiguous language in…
who, what, when, where
When humor is used in a text it means that something being de…
reading method
1. choose passage 4, then 3 or 2, then 1
reading question
1. read question 2. strike through any ambiguous language in…
10 terms
More ACT/SAT prep
Acumen
Affable
Affirmation
Alacrity
(noun) shrewdness shown by keen insight
(adj.) friendly; outgoing disposition
(noun) a statement asserting the existence or the truth of so…
(noun) liveliness and eagerness; youthful energy
Acumen
(noun) shrewdness shown by keen insight
Affable
(adj.) friendly; outgoing disposition
25 terms
ACT/SAT prep
Pythagorean Theorem
Vertical Angles
Parallel Line
Pythagorean Triples
An equation relating the lengths of the sides of a right tria…
A line parallel to the y-axis that passes through the x-inter…
Parallel lines are two lines that are always the same distanc…
A Pythagorean triple is a set of three integers a, b, c which…
Pythagorean Theorem
An equation relating the lengths of the sides of a right tria…
Vertical Angles
A line parallel to the y-axis that passes through the x-inter…
SAT/ACT Vocab Prep
Muse
Meticulous
Urbane
Sagacity
(v) [myooz]: to become absorbed in thought; to turn something…
(adj) [muh-tik-yuh-luhs]: excessively careful; painstaking; s…
(adj) [ur-beyn]: notably polite or polished in manner.... That w…
(n) [suh-gas-i-tee]: the quality being keen in judgment.... I sh…
Muse
(v) [myooz]: to become absorbed in thought; to turn something…
Meticulous
(adj) [muh-tik-yuh-luhs]: excessively careful; painstaking; s…
10 terms
SAT/ACT Prep Vocab
Alienate (v.)
Elated (v.)
Epigram (n.)
Fatalistic (adj.)
cause (someone) to feel isolated or estranged
make (someone) ecstatically happy
a pithy saying or remark expressing an idea in a clever and a…
the belief that events are determined by an impersonal fate a…
Alienate (v.)
cause (someone) to feel isolated or estranged
Elated (v.)
make (someone) ecstatically happy
30 terms
SAT Vocab (SAT/ACT Prep)
Amorphous
Animosity
Proclivity
Maladroit
Lacking definite form
Bitter hostility
A natural inclination
Clumsy; not skillful; awkward; bungling
Amorphous
Lacking definite form
Animosity
Bitter hostility
22 terms
SAT/ACT Prep Unit 6 Terms
recapitulate
reciprocal
reparation
respiration
Summarize, repeat in a concise way
mutual; shared; interchangeable
amends, compensation; Payments for war damage
Act of breathing; the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen i…
recapitulate
Summarize, repeat in a concise way
reciprocal
mutual; shared; interchangeable
35 terms
ACT/SAT Prep Idioms
to eat a humble pie
a pig in a poke
a flash in the pan
to pour oil on troubled waters
to admit your error and apologize
an item you purchase without having seen; a disappointment
promising at the start but then disappointing
to make peace, to calm someone down
to eat a humble pie
to admit your error and apologize
a pig in a poke
an item you purchase without having seen; a disappointment
22 terms
SAT ACT PREP Vocabulary
Acerbic
Admonish
Advocate
Agitated
Sour or bitter to taste
Scolds or reprimand; take to task
A person who pleads for a person cause or idea
Physically disturbed or set in motion
Acerbic
Sour or bitter to taste
Admonish
Scolds or reprimand; take to task
20 terms
Act Sat prep
Foment
Inchoate
Foible
Incipient
instigate or stir up
not fully formed or developed
minor weakness
beginning to happen
Foment
instigate or stir up
Inchoate
not fully formed or developed
18 terms
Act/Sat prep vocab
Abridge
Alleviate
Antipathy
Belie
~ Shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without losi…
~ Make less severe
~ A deep-seated feeling of dislike: aversion
~ Fail to give true notion or impression of something
Abridge
~ Shorten (a book, movie, speech, or other text) without losi…
Alleviate
~ Make less severe
42 terms
ACT & SAT Prep
Ambu
Andro
Anthro
Bellu, Belli
Walk,move
Man
Human or mankind-
War, fight
Ambu
Walk,move
Andro
Man
15 terms
SAT & ACT Vocab Prep
Vehement
Taut
Succinct
Compunction
showing strong feelings; forceful, passionate, or intense
stretched or pulled tight; not slack
briefly and clearly explained
a feeling of guilt or moral scruple that follows the doing of…
Vehement
showing strong feelings; forceful, passionate, or intense
Taut
stretched or pulled tight; not slack
50 terms
SAT/ACT Prep Vocab 3
insipid
insurgent
irrefutable
jargon
(adj.) lacking interest or spirit
(n.) one who rises in revolt
(adj.) cannot be disproved
(n.) the specialized vocabulary of members of a group
insipid
(adj.) lacking interest or spirit
insurgent
(n.) one who rises in revolt
48 terms
SAT/ACT PREP VOCAB
abstinence
abbrievate
adulation
adversity
act of refraining from
shorten;abridge
high praise
misfortune
abstinence
act of refraining from
abbrievate
shorten;abridge
25 terms
SAT ACT PREP
Deprecate
Incorrigible
Presumptuous
Civil
criticize, dissaprove
not able to be corrected/changed
too confident in a rude way, assuming things before you know…
polite but not friendly
Deprecate
criticize, dissaprove
Incorrigible
not able to be corrected/changed
77 terms
SAT/ACT Prep Words
ascribe
dictum
emancipate
immemorial
to attribute to a source, cause or author
an announcement from authoritative source; a statement that e…
to free from restraint, control or power of another
old or ancient; from a time so long ago it cannot be remembered
ascribe
to attribute to a source, cause or author
dictum
an announcement from authoritative source; a statement that e…
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
SAT/ACT Prep Vocab
Aspire
Bilateral
Candor
Defraud
to strive for a goal
having two sides
honest or straightforwardness
to cheat; to gain something dishonestly
Aspire
to strive for a goal
Bilateral
having two sides
50 terms
SAT ACT Prep Vocabulary
probable (adj.)
ruthless (adj.)
epidemics (n.) (adj.)
myriad (n.) (adj.)
likely to be true or to happen
without pity; cruel; hardhearted
n: a sudden, widespread outbreak, usually of an infectious di…
n: an indefinitely great or vast number; adj: countless, innu…
probable (adj.)
likely to be true or to happen
ruthless (adj.)
without pity; cruel; hardhearted
50 terms
SAT/ACT Prep Vocab 4
Residual
Resilient
Respite
Reticent
(adj.) Left over; Remaining
(adj.) Getting back strength or spirits quickly; springing ba…
(n.) A temporary cessation or postponement, usually of someth…
(adj.) Not saying much, especially about one's thoughts
Residual
(adj.) Left over; Remaining
Resilient
(adj.) Getting back strength or spirits quickly; springing ba…
20 terms
Act/sat vocab prep
Surreptitious
Voracious
Copious
Tenacious
Acting in a secret, sly manner
Eager to consume great amounts of food
Abundant, plentiful
Tough, stubborn
Surreptitious
Acting in a secret, sly manner
Voracious
Eager to consume great amounts of food
37 terms
ACT/SAT Prep vocab.
Save for
Bare
Avatar
Stigma
Accept for
Naked
A God appearing in a physical form
Marked as bad
Save for
Accept for
Bare
Naked
11 terms
Act/Sat prep words
Quirk
Quixotic
Ramification
Relinquish
(Noun) a peculiarity of behavior
(Adj.) Totally or foolishly impractical
(Noun) a development growing out of and often complicating a…
(Verb) to give up doing professing or intending
Quirk
(Noun) a peculiarity of behavior
Quixotic
(Adj.) Totally or foolishly impractical
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
112 terms
ACT/SAT Prep
dubious
brash
ethics
fiasco
doubtful; marked by or occasioning doubt
(adj.) prone to act in a hasty manner; impudent
A system of moral principles.
A complete failure; a debacle
dubious
doubtful; marked by or occasioning doubt
brash
(adj.) prone to act in a hasty manner; impudent
15 terms
ACT/SAT Prep
Abdicate
Abridge
Absolve
Abysmal
to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, claim, or r…
to reduce while retaining the basic contents
to free from guilt or blame or their consequences
very bad
Abdicate
to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, claim, or r…
Abridge
to reduce while retaining the basic contents
41 terms
SAT/ACT PREP VOCAB
Mitigate
Translucent
Chasten
Poignant
Relieve, alleviate, make less intense.
permitting light to pass through but diffusing it so that per…
To correct by punishment; to discipline
Deeply and sometimes painfully moving
Mitigate
Relieve, alleviate, make less intense.
Translucent
permitting light to pass through but diffusing it so that per…
50 terms
SAT/ACT Prep Vocab 2
discerning
disdain
dismantle
disparage
(adj.) keenly perceptive; shrewd
(n.) a feeling of contempt for anything that is regarded as u…
(v.) to pull down; to take apart
(v.) to discredit; to belittle
discerning
(adj.) keenly perceptive; shrewd
disdain
(n.) a feeling of contempt for anything that is regarded as u…
50 terms
SAT/ACT Prep Vocab 1
aberration
acquiesce
admonish
aesthetic
(n.) deviating from the right path or usual course of action;…
(v.) to accept the conclusions or arguments of others; to acc…
(v.) to advise against something; to warn; to scold gently; t…
(adj.) showing an appreciation of beauty in nature or art; ar…
aberration
(n.) deviating from the right path or usual course of action;…
acquiesce
(v.) to accept the conclusions or arguments of others; to acc…
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
9 terms
SAT/ACT PREP WORDS
Mitigate
Translucent
Chasten
Chasten
Relieve, alleviate, make less intense
Transmitting rays of light without permitting objects to be d…
To correct by punishment; to discipline
To correct by punishment; to discipline
Mitigate
Relieve, alleviate, make less intense
Translucent
Transmitting rays of light without permitting objects to be d…
95 terms
SAT/ACT prep vocab
Bias
Canny
Vindicate
Camaraderie
A prejudice towards something or against something
Careful
Clear of accusation, blame, suspicion, or doubt with supporti…
Togetherness, trust, a group dynamic of trust
Bias
A prejudice towards something or against something
Canny
Careful
17 terms
SAT/ACT Prep Vocab
Odd
Even
Quotient... Ex) What is the quotient of 1…
Product... Ex) What is the product of 5 a…
Any integer that cannot be divided exactly by 2. The last d…
Any integer that can be divided exactly by 2. The last digi…
The answer after you divide one number by another ... Ex) 4 12/3=4
The answer when two or more numbers are multiplied together.…
Odd
Any integer that cannot be divided exactly by 2. The last d…
Even
Any integer that can be divided exactly by 2. The last digi…
32 terms
SAT / ACT math prep
Slope Intercept Form
Slope
Diagonal in rectangular solid
Area of a Triangle
Y=mx+b
Y2-Y1... _________... X2-X1
L^2+W^2+H^2=D^2
(1/2)bh
Slope Intercept Form
Y=mx+b
Slope
Y2-Y1... _________... X2-X1
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